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  • 01. Hard Heartsingin'
    02. Jersey Thursday
    03. I Didn't Try
    04. Early In The Morning Rain
    05. New Orleans Queen
    06. Moratorium Waltz
    07. Smokey Joe's
    08. Comin' Back Home
    09. Tom's Song
    10. 21 Years
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    DOUGLAS FIR

    Hard heartsingin'

    [engl] Reissue from the original masters of the one and only album by this great Pacific Northwest band. Recorded in 1970, it's a mix of hard- driving psychedelic rock, heavy- blues and atmospheric ballads with big studio production. Flowing organs, powerful Doorsy vocals and hard- edged guitars. Nice orchestrations on some tracks which bring to mind Love's ''Forever Changes'' or Johnny Rivers ''Realization''.
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